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## anonymous one year ago 1.What is 48,100,000,000,000 in scientific notation? × 10

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1. anonymous

$4.8\times10^{13}$ Girls can also join http://www.homeworkslavery.com/ to get their homeworks done.

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3. johnweldon1993

^Close, but that 1 doesnt just drop off So basically you place the decimal after the first number that isn't 0...which is 4 here...bring along the other non-zero numbers with it...then count how many places are after the decimal $\large 4.81 \times 10^{13}$

4. anonymous

AAAAh 2o clo2e XD

5. anonymous

Thanks

6. anonymous

48.1x10^12

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